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Leasing offer in Shelby County. 5 Replies

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East Texas Drilling Report (Shelby) 1 Reply

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Royalty Changes in Previous Years

Started by Ronald Newland Sep 8, 2015.

Is there a light at the end of the tunnel for 2015? 1 Reply

Started by Paul Patel. Last reply by dbob Feb 22, 2015.

Drilling or Leasing in Shelby County? 12 Replies

Started by cicero. Last reply by Paul Patel Feb 22, 2015.

XTO Well-Status as of 1-01-15 166 Replies

Started by jffree1. Last reply by jffree1 Jan 1, 2015.

Disposition of the Solomon Lease 419-31244 2 Replies

Started by Bill R. Last reply by Bill R Apr 1, 2014.

Land Surveying

Started by Bryan Brennion Nov 19, 2013.

SHELBYVILLE HEINSHEL AND HUSKIES WELLS 3 Replies

Started by Sherry Mobley. Last reply by Sherry Mobley Oct 30, 2013.

Changes (the negative kind) to Royalty Payments 1-2 Years Later 3 Replies

Started by Aggie78. Last reply by elizabeth person Aug 8, 2013.

James Rowe Survey A 585 and Thomas R. Goodwyn A 256 28 Replies

Started by COREY PERKINS- CPL. Last reply by jffree1 May 28, 2013.

SM permits USA #11H, a shallow, multi-lateral fredricksburg well. 2 Replies

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J. Risinger gas well map? 2 Replies

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Center hotel rooms 1 Reply

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R. Dean Hay well 24 Replies

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Mineral Owner-John Smith A-637 3 Replies

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New Activity - Info requested

Started by Paul Patel Oct 2, 2012.

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Comment by JHH on February 10, 2015 at 9:50am
Comment by Robin S on October 28, 2013 at 12:30pm

Has anyone heard of new leases in or very near to Center?  My land is a good part of the Harvey Survey and our last lease expired in 2011.  Are there any producing wells close to this? 

Thanks,  Robin (descendant of the McKee, Ellington and Crawfords of Shelby Co.  

Comment by adubu on March 10, 2013 at 1:56pm
Paddie is from Marshall not Tyler
Comment by intrepid on March 10, 2013 at 12:50pm
ALERT SHELBY COUNTY MINERAL OWNERS: please contact Representative Chris Paddie at Rep. Chris Paddie (R – Tyler) chris.paddie@house.state.tx.us 512-463-0556 and ask him to VOTE NO on HB100 - Forced Pooling bill in the House Energy Resources committee on Wednesday March 13!

We must KILL THIS BILL in committee. This is a terrible bill for all Texas land and mineral owners.
Comment by Charmine on February 9, 2012 at 9:45pm

Hi Shelby county! Still alive and kicking, though I don't come on much anymore. Now that my disease has progressed such, I do wish I had signed on my last offer back in 2009. Oh well, I will will it to my nieces and nephews, so maybe my small little share will bring them great rewards in their lifetime! Take care y'all!

 

Comment by jffree1 on February 3, 2012 at 6:10pm

Butterfoot, it was a temporary situation.  It is available now but you may find it unavailable Sunday afternoon when they shut down for regular maintenance.

Comment by Butterfoot on February 3, 2012 at 5:00pm

Texas RRC has restricted public online access to Drillling Permit information. Anyone know why?

Comment by jffree1 on December 8, 2011 at 4:42pm

"There are 4 rigs in Shelby" which is notable because Shelby County was the focus of drilling a year ago with a high point of 19 rigs drilling at once.  The price of gas is supressing activity but XTO and CHK still have acreage to HBP so drilling will continue but at a slower pace unless the price of gas goes up significantly.

Comment by Mike on December 8, 2011 at 12:43pm

There seems to be a lot of permitting lately based on filings.   XTO and some Chesapeake appear to be active and several smaller companies, so its not all dryed up in Shelby.

Comment by jffree1 on December 8, 2011 at 9:14am

The ET side has... it seems.  It's been quiet since school started and now it's holidays and deer hunting.  Have you looked at Les B's Drilling Rigs reports lately?  There are 4 rigs in Shelby, 6 in San Augustine and a few up north.  The only place where things are still jumping is Nacogdoches.

 

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